Hello friends! Katy here with 5 more holiday cards this time using the Distressed Plaid Stamp Set and the Bold Holiday Sentiments Stamp Set both from Maker Forte and I’m using a couple Color Hive Inks to color some greenery die cuts from my stash. I’m also sharing that you can add any foil to your projects with double sided adhesive…yep hot glimmer foil and Deco Foil will work with double sided adhesive.
Using Color Hive Inks in Palm Tree and Everglades I use a sponge dauber to color my greenery die cuts.
I have a video tutorial for you below and as always if you have trouble watching here on the blog, click here to watch on Youtube.
I want to mention that the red, blue and green foiling is all hot foiling machine foils. The soft gold is Champagne Deco foil.
Below are up-close photos of each card, the sentiment stamping was done with Eclipse Black ink and the Distressed Plaid Stamp was inked up with Brilliance Moonlight White Ink.
Did you see the new White Pigment Ink that’s coming to Maker Forte? I missed out on the early release, but I will be sure to get my hands on it when it officially releases so I can compare it to my beloved Moonlight White.
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- Maker Forte Distressed Plaid Stamp Set
- Maker Forte Bold Holiday Sentiments Stamp Set
- Color Hive Ink Palm Tree
- Color Hive Ink Everglades
- Color Hive Ink Eclipse Black
- Heavyweight White Cardstock
- Deco Foil Champagne
- Deco Foil Red
- Deco Foil Green
- Deco Foil Blue
- Liquid Glue
- 1/8 inch Double Sided Adhesive
- 1/4 inch Double Sided Adhesive
- 1/2 inch Double Sided Adhesive
- Crafters Magic Wand
- Smoosher Tool
- Bone Folder
- MISTI Tool
- Holiday Greens Mini Tim Holtz
- Nuvo Crystal Drops Autumn Red
- Kraft Cardstock
- Brilliance Moonlight White Ink
- Sponge Daubers
Alright friends that wraps it up for today and for those of you keeping count and adding to your holiday stash, we are at 15 cards so far, not bad…plus these last 3 projects are pretty easy to put together and allows you to make even more.
I hope you are as excited as I am to get a jump on your holiday card crafting. Thanks for joining me today and I will catch you next time.